Approximately Optimal Narrow Limit Gages

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Evans, I.G.; Thyregod, P.   (1985, ASQC)   University College of Wales, UK; IMSOR, The Technical University of Denmark

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 17    No. 2
QICID: 5502    April 1985    pp. 63-66
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Article Abstract

An explicit approximately optimal solution is derived for a minimum sample size artificial attribute sampling plan having specified producer and consumer risk points. Comparisons are made with solutions that have been obtained empirically. It is demonstrated that the approximate solution should be close enough to being optimal for it to be acceptable in most practical situations. even when the true optimal size is not particularly large.

Keywords

Sampling,Artificial attributes,Attribute sampling plans,Gauges


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